6505 Sylvania Avenue

Sylvania, OH 43560

419-531-2119 ext. 1



Open Monday- Friday

8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.


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Jewish Living Center Newsletter

Download a pdf of the current JLC newsletter by clicking on the link below:


March 2019 JLC Newsletter


Weather Advisory Closing Information


  • Level 1: JLC is OPEN. Events will take place as schedulesd. The bus is running.
  • Level 2: JLC is OPEN. Events may be modified. The bus is subject to road conditions; please call the center to confirm. Check our Facebook group
  • Level 3: JLC is CLOSED. No bus service. All closings and delays will be posted on all 3 major networks: CBS, ABC, and NBC. Check our Facebook group.


For any questions or if you are unsure, please feel free to call the JLC at 419-531-2119.




9 a.m. – 10 a.m. or 11 a.m. – Noon

Get Fit…It’s Never Too Late

This exercise class offers you great music and great moves that will give you a comprehensive workout that includes cardio, strength, and flexibility. Balls, bands, chairs, and light weights are used in this class. All supplies are provided. Free.



1 p.m. – 2 p.m.


A full body workout for any fitness level that anyone can do!  Drumsticks are pounded on exercise balls, clinked overhead and side to side to upbeat music that has you moving in step and around the circle.  This class keeps you moving and gives your core a great workout. All supplies are provided. Free.



1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Ballet Ball Fusion

This is a great combination class that brings together basic ballet, Tai Chi, and drumming to give you a complete and fulfilling workout unlike anything else with music to guide you. With a focus on your core for balance and strength and full range of motion to increase your stretch and breathing.



2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Drawing & Painting Class: All Levels

Join Anjelika’s drawing and painting class to express yourself, relax, and see art through a new vision: your own. In this class, you can work in pencil, watercolor, pastel, acrylics, or oil and at your own speed. You can use a favorite photograph or something you have seen in a magazine. Anjelika is here to help you create your own masterpiece, even if you don’t think you can, in this fun and casual environment. All supplies are provided. Free.



12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Poker & More…

Big and Little Vegas, Stretch, Red and Black, those are just a few of the games that you can expect to play in this lively afternoon get together! Nickels and dimes are what you will need to make this afternoon of fun. All are welcome to play. Any questions, give us a call.



Director of the Jewish Living Center of Greater Toledo


Stay On Your Feet This Winter


1. Stay active to maintain strength and balance

2. Do light stretches before going outdoors

3. Dress warmly, but make sure you can see and move

4. Keep walkways clear of snow and ice

5. Carry rock salt to use on icy paths

6. Take smaller steps with toes pointed out slightly

7. Avoid walking in more than an inch of snow

8. When in doubt, ask for help


From the Ohio Department of Aging and Steady U

Special Events


A Morning with the Museum
Tuesday, March 26
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Sekach Bldg. 6505 Sylvania Ave.
Registration is required by Friday, March 22. Call the Registration Hotline at 419-531-2119 #2 or email registration@jewishtoledo.org
We read books, but have you read art? Education and Engagement Coordinator Abby Carlson from the Toledo Museum of Art will host an interactive presentation on Visual Literacy, which is simply the ability to "read" an Image and gather information without additional context. This workshop will prepare you for the museum tours we will be scheduling throughout the year. 


Lives Well Lived - luncheon and film

Tuesday, May 14 

11 a.m. check-in, 11:30 a.m. luncheon, 12:15 p.m. film

Premier Banquet Hall, 4480 Heatherdowns Blvd.

$10 per person. Reservations required by Monday, April 29 
Lives Well Lived celebrates the incredible wit, wisdom, and experiences of adults ages 75 to 100 years old. Through their intimate memories and inspiring personal histories encompassing over 3,000 years of cumulative experience, 40 people share their secrets and insights to living a meaningful life. Film followed by Q&A with filmmaker. Open to everyone - bring friends and family!



Jewish Living Center and the Lucas County Traffic Safety Program present:



Nearly half of senior drivers worry about losing their freedom and mobility when it’s time to give up the car keys, according to a survey conducted by AAA. Because “keeping the keys” is important to mature drivers, Lucas County Traffic Safety Program is partnering with Jewish Living Center of Greater Toledo to help mature drivers gain the confidence and skills necessary to drive safer, longer. 

Join us for a 4-week workshop featuring experts and information that will keep senior drivers driving as long and as safely as possible. Each session will be from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Sekach Building, 6505 Sylvania Ave.

Session 1: Thursday, March 28

Pharmacy and audiology experts will speak on what effects driving ability; blood pressure and hearing checks


Session 2: Thursday, April 4

The Distracted Brain with Jamie Blazevich and Keeping the Keys with AAA


Session 3: Thursday, April 11

Roundabouts and Safety with ODOT, expert speakers from UTMC, Tai Chi, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol CarFit registrations will be available


Session 4: Thursday, April 18

CarFit Check-Ups: Trained technicians will assess how well the senior driver’s car “fits” them. Technicians will check steering wheel tilt and position, the distance at which the driver sits from the steering wheel, the line of sight above the steering wheel, the position of the driver to gas and brake pedals, and adjust mirror settings to eliminate blind spots (Registration for CarFit appointments required – each appointment lasts 20 minutes)



Call the Registration Hotline at 419-531-2119 #2 or email registration@jewishtoledo.org



Senior Resource Connect, a service of the Association of the Jewish Family and Children's Agencies (AJFCA) network, provides information and resources to assist older adults and caregivers in discussing their needs with aging services professionals. Check out this one-stop connection to local service providers.